Here’s An Update On How Many Pets Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation Has Saved In Houston

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When Hurricane Harvey hit her home state of Texas, Miranda Lambert knew that she had to act fast. As the founder of MuttNation Foundation, an animal rescue organization, Lambert felt an instant push to help rescue abandoned pets and provide assistance to the shelters in Houston.

MuttNation and Lambert got started with their rescue efforts on Tuesday, and before long, they had managed to save 72 dogs. Lambert personally helped in the efforts by taking in a mama dog and her newborn puppies. She named the mama dog Ashley after her Pistol Annies bandmate Ashley Monroe, who had a baby in July.

On Thursday night (August 31), Lambert shared that she was “too tired” to give fans a complete update on that day’s rescue efforts, but promised to provide a recap soon. According to The Tennessean, Lambert and MuttnNation have managed to save over 200 pets so far.

MuttNation transported its first load of 70 rescues back to its shelter in Oklahoma on Wednesday (August 30). The following day, Lambert and her team rescued 40 dogs and 38 cats from Houston Humane and also rescued 21 pets from the Baytown City Shelter. Those pets are all being examined by veterinarians at Texas A&M University before they’ll be transported to the MuttNation shelter.

As Lambert and MuttNation continue their rescue work, they could use all of the help they can get. You can donate to help their relief efforts by visiting the official MuttNation website here!

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